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An English engineer proposes
means of electricity to condense the
solid part #f smoke, and send the solid
ii&ed pertien back to the furnace.
The saw-mills of Maine now ship
great qaantities of baled sawdust to the
market where it is sold for packing
purposes and for bedding purposes.
Mrs. Grundy bobs up long enough to
say: "What are wanted in society are
more pocket editions of books that
teach how to appear as ladies and
Mrs. Mary Coy of Govode, Pa..,
during the twelve "months last past
wove 1,759 yards of carpeting and 340
yards of loth with an ordinary han d
Farme rs were given a much needed
time to stop and think* Many have be
gun on more careful methods, and the
thirst after specific knowledge has been
The shipment of cheeses from
Canada for the past season amounts to
1,103,000 bases, being 212,000 mo re
than last year. The exports of butter
amounted to 60,000 packages, against
the 54,000 of 1886.
A bit of soft paper is recommended
^by an English doctor for dropping
medicine into the eye as being equally
effective as brushes, glass droppers,
etc., and fa? less likely to introduce
Yen may be one of the heirs to a
va st estate i Europe, but if you have
reason to suspect that such is the case
keep still about it If you admit it
you'll ke talcen for either a crank or a
swindler.Detroit Free Press.
"New York has a Girls' Endeavor
Club." Th woods are full of them.
he girls endeavor to catch a husband,
but the club is not used until after mar
riageand not then, if the husband be
haves himself.Norristown Eerald.
A tree that was cut down in the
X.ifcle Shookum Valley, near Whatcom,
IV. T., yielded 35,000 feet of lumber,
which, at $7.50 per thousand, makes
the tree worth $262. The Whatcom
Reveille says that the timber
he county will average ten- such1
to an acre.
While usi ng stove blacking on her
kitchen ran ge the other day, Mrs. Mar
garet Twibell, of Montpelier, Ind., got
a small quantity of the polish in a cut
on her hand. Blood poisoning ensued,
the hand swelled to great size, a nd it
is thought that 4 it will be necessary to
Willie Wafflers,'? said the teacher,
which is the shortest day in the year?"
Twenty-first of December," replied
Willie, who was correct as far as the
writer knows. And Tommy Tuff may
tell us whieh is the longe st day," said
the teacher, indulgently. "Sunday."
shouted Tommy.Philadelphia Ghroni
A drunken laborer named John
Davies, at Dowlais, Eng., on his way
home lay down beside the railroad
track so close to the rails that, a train
coming along, the engine ran over and
oat off the heel of his boot When the
train stopped and backed up the man
was still asleep and was indignant at
bei ng made to get up and go home.
A eat in P. Pearson's feed store at
Burlington, Kan., attacked its master
the other day and bit him severely in
he leg. ran out for assistance and
brought bae-k two men, who charged
the enraged animal, but were routed
and driven out after bei ng badly bitten.
The eat held the premises until the
marshal came along with his revolver
and shot it
A New York clergyman, who went
to preach in'a neighboring city, aston
ished the congregation by saying: "1
must take the first train home, after he
service, as I have a wife and three chil
dren there, a nd have never seen orie of
them." he people were greatly relieved
on learning that the "one" that the
oleryman had never seen had been born
since fcftleft home the day before.
JSF. T. Ledger.
Carefully prepared statistics show
that there are 500.000 criminals in this
country,, only 50,000 of whom are
incarcerated. Of the 500,000 it is
estimated that one-third are under
twenty years of age one-half under
twenty-one years of age, and a fraction
under twenty-two years of age and
the chances are that all of them will
continue criminals through the vest of
Blacksmith Miller, of Louisville,
was shoeing a mule the other day, and
drove a nail through the hoof so that
the point projected an inch a nd a half.
was about to twist off the nail and
clinch iti when the mule gave his hoof
a tremendous jerk and the nail caught
Miller's arm and completely severed
the muscles and arteries of the left fore
arm. Miller's life was saved with
A wide traveler declares that the
best cooks in the world are Arab cook3,
who perfectly understand how to intro
duce good fruit to hot fire over their
little furnaces. The next best he says,
are the farmers' wives of New Englaud.
The worst meals one sits down to are,
those cooked by professional cooks,
whose skill is great by making eatable
dishes by concealing the unpleasant
ness of poor meat and, spoiled vege
tables, ut who also invariably destroy
delicacy a nd purity of good meat, fresh
vegetables and fragrant fruit."
Notwithstanding the winter is up
on us north here, rattlesnake stories
continue to epme in from' the sunny
south. These serpents are very abund
ant this year near Waukeenah, Fla
The other dsfy one was discovered carry
ing off a half-grown turkef. Two dogs
were ''set on'" i I struck both., be
fore.it was killed, and both died. v'The
turkey was released unharmed, which
shows that the rattlers do not poison
their own food. This particular sna ke
was six feet seven inches long and had
fifteen rattles. zm
"Tis not for mortals always to be blest,"
but a littie practical knowledge how to
take care of tut-hiselves will hlp them im
mensely. When beset with headache or
ithe pains, they should use Salvation Oil,
the grea est cure on earth fox pain.
A French writer places the number of
lives already lost through the Panama canal
at forty thousand.
A Horse Who Can Talk!
Everybody has heard of a "horselaugh,"
but who hag ever seen an equine gifted with
the power of speech? Such an animal would
be pronounced a miracle: but so would
the telegraph and the telephone have been
a hundred years ago. Why even v*ry re
cently a euro for consumption would have
been looked upon as miraculous, but now
people are beginning to realize that the dis
ease is not incurable. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Biscovery will cure it, if taken in
time. This world-renowned remedy will
not make new lungs, but it will restore dis
eased ones to a healthy state when all other
means have failed. Thousands can grate
fully testify to this. All druggists.
Cow pease are much relished by the cows
and no feed makes better returns of milk
For Only Twenty Cents
You can get a beautiful picture ("A Mes
sage of Love") that can not be. distinguished
from a tine water color worth 135. A full
size paper pattern worth 25 centsdesign
and size of your own selectionbesides the
finest magazine published. Send for the
February number that contains this won
derful picture' and pattern order* Price,
20 cents. Or ask your newsdealer to get
it for your inspection. Tell him if he sends
for it for you to see, he will probably sell
hundreds of them. Published by W. Jen
nings Demorest, 15 East 14th St., New York.
Now is the time to subscribe and get ten
times the value of the 42 per year.
Europe and America are ^now connected
by ni cables. There ore thus 113,000 miles
of cable employed.
Are You Going to Travel?
If so, and in whatever direction, or
whatever route, have a sufficiency of Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters with you. Then
you may bid defiance to sea sickness brav
the influence of a malarious climate or ab
rupt transitions of temperature, avoid dys
pepsia, and the stomachic pangs begotten
of bad food and water, and counteract an
unexpectedly developed tendency to Gonsti
pation, biliousness and rheumatism.
Twenty-nino million dollar's worth of
goods are made by the 45,000 convicts oJ
the United States.
A Great Chance.
If you wish a beautiful picture, that can
not be distinguished from a water coloi
worth a large amount of money, you should
get Demorest's Monthly Magazine for Feb
ruary. It is simply wonderful how such an
elegant picture can be furnished in a mag
azine that only costs twenty cents. If your
newsdealer has not got it, ask him to get it
for you, or send to the publisher, W JEN-
NINGS DEMOREST, 15 East Fourteenth street,
A boom in poll-parrots is the latest thing
in the circle of fanciers.
An Enormous Business for Don Times.,
The great house pf R. W. Tansill & Co.
are now shipping their famous "Tansill's
Punch" 5c Cigar to their Chicago house in
car-load lots. A single shipment of 525,000
arrived on the 7th inst. via B. & O. R.
Two hundred out of 860 Baptist churches
of New York are without pastors.
Don't disgust everybody by hawking,
blowing and spitting, but use Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy and be cured.
Scottish pipers are coming into demand in
Exceeding Great Joy.
Alcibiades lisped: Alexander carried his
head askant: Caesar and Pompey scratched
theirs with one'finger, like men full of
troublesome thoughts, but Cicero when he
caught a sniff of Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters,
winked up his nose .to keep from showing
his exceeding great joy. All genuine bear
the signature of J. P. Alien,!3&. Paul, Minn.
Some men are cz blin' too eausss ez de dog
dat worries an' bites de dub dat hit 'im.
EVEHY lady should read advertisement of
Kat'l Medical Dispensing Co., in this paper.
.Lockport. N. Y., produces mora paper
than any other city in the United S.atM.
IF afflicted with Sore Eye3 use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists soli it 25c.
i a -v
Ev'ry lap-dog I see makes me t'ink dar
mud be a division ob de chillen.
For The Nervous
URBS Nervous Prostration.NftrvoasHead-
..Stomach and Liver Diseases, and all
affectionEs ofO theI KidneyStrengthens
sad Quiets the Nerves.
Enriches the Blood.
Txttt'a I.iver Pills act as kindly on the-
ehiUI, the delicate f'cxnaie or iiif'irui
old ago, as upon tbe vigorous man.
give tone to tlae tveah stomach, bow
el s, JsSilue.ys ana biatldeav tkese
srgaiastkeir srtrengrtatenijia qualities
are wonriertRl, cansius tftfem tenor
Xorra their i auctions as in youtb.
Sold Everywhere. i
Office,44 Murray St, Hew York,
E acts mildly, but
surely, en the Bowels.
S A DIURETiC. It Regulates the Kid.
neys and Cures their Diseases.
Rewnunendedbyprofedaionalandbusinessmeii. Price $i.oo. Seld by dntgBists. Sendforcirculars.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors.
Dr. JLuys made other experiments
upon Mlla Esther. looking at her
he made her follow with her eyes- an
imaginary bird in the air, :ind at last
she thought she had caught it in her
hands. Then, by. making her look
down, the doctor frightened her
making her imagine there was a ser
oent at her feet.
Striking Situations Into Which
WeH-Informed Persons Are Led.
There is no end of witchcraft and decep
tion. Years ago persons suspected of the
"strange infatuation" were thrown into tae
waterif guilty of witchcraft, they wo^fld
.For many years the world was shocked
at such inhumanity of man to man, but i*
we were to declare that people are perse
cuted to-day quite as remorselessly as
were the so-called witches of old, our state
ments might be received with great issrs
But it is a fact. '''.'-V,-
If you do not believe it, eater any one of
the schools of medical practice, and attempt
to use a preparation which the code does
not recognize, or even to recommend indi-i
rectly any popular remedy, such for in-'
stance, as Warner's celebrated kidney rem
edy and then relate your experience.
Then you'll admit the fact..
Let us be frank with you, reader. Woj
tell you that this is downright bigotry.)
Merit demands and is entitled to recogni
tion, wherever found. If geologists tell us
that diamonds must always be found in
sand, would you not be a fool, if you found
one in gravel, not to take it and "realize"
Your friends would call you foolish.
The trouble with the doctors is that they
can't cure advanced diseases of certain1
forms, and they know it. And yet they will'i
not allow the use Of any outside proprietary
medicine, which they know has,,cured the
Kidney disease has no marked individual
symptoms. It produces all sorts of symp
toms of the commonest diseases. Not being
able to treat the disease itself with success,
the bigoted physician treats these symp
But what good does that do? In-order to
stop the freshet, you must stop the flood
It Won't do to try brushing it away with a
Dr. J. G. Holland, whom all the world ad
mired as a teacher of sense, wrote in Scrib
ner's Monthly: "It is a fact that many of
the bsst proprietary medicines of the day
are more successful than many, physicians,
and most of them were first discovered and
used in^actual medical practice."
Dr. Robson of the Royal Navy of England
enthusiastically endorses Warner's safe
cure, as indeed do many hundreds of thou
sands all over the world. The late Dr. Dio
Lewis, who almost never used medicines,
commended' it highly and said if he had any
kidney disease he would use it.
This evidence is conclusive.
Paralysis, consumption, pneumonia, apo
plexy, heart disease, general debility, rheu
matism, all these common disorders ore
often only symptoms of kidney disease. In
stead of admitting their inability to cure*
this disorder, doctors give their attention
to the symptoms. If they cure one, another
comes, and finally death takes the case out
of their hands. Then they disguise the fact
that it is bright's disease of the kidneys and
say that death came from paralysis, apo1
plexy, pneumonia, consumption, general de
bility, rheumatism, heart disease, blood
poisoning, or some other of the names oi
the direct effects of kidney ^disease. They
are not the real disease itself.
W do not believe every advertisement
that we read. Some people may per haps
regard this article as an advertisement and
will not believe it, but we are, candid
enough to say that we believe tha parties
above mentioned have proved their case
and under such circumstances tae public
is unwise if it is long influenced by adverse
On the Bialto.
First actorAt Deadwood the audi
ence nearly killed me by,firing tomatoes
Second aclrO, bosh! Tomatoes
First actor (proudly)Mine
Over $1,000,000 is invested in the
tools for manufacturing typewriters, I
is estimated that between 60,000 and
70,000 of tho.machines are in use.
"As glares the tiger on his foea,
Hemmed in by hunters, spears and bows,
And, ere he bounds upon the ring,
Selects the object of his spring."
So disease, in myriad forms, fastens its
fangs upon the human race. Ladies who
suffer from distressing ailments peculiar to
their sex, should use Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It is a positive*cure for the
most complicated and obstinate case of
leucorrhea, excessive flowing, painful men
struation, unnatural suppressions, pro
lapsus, or falling of the womb, weak back,
"female weakness," anteversion, retrover
sion, bearing-down sensations, chronic con
eestion, inflammation and ulceration o? the
womb, inflammation, pain and tenderness
in ovaries, accompanied with "internal
hiah a man toe lie fo' yo' doan*
fsiwgit dat de oddah pahty interested ma
ofl'ah 'im mo' money.
NEW YOKE, Jan. 13.
LIVE STOCKC'lttlo....'. 12 5 5 80
FLOUKGood lo Choice.
WHEATNo. a Bed
CORN OATS-No. a White
LAKD-Steam .777 & 8
CHE-ESE 11J4& 15}
WOOLDomestic to '61%
BEEVESShiFpinpr Steers.... 4 CO a 5 69''
T'ttiins 2 03 3 00
Cows 180 300
Stackers 2 S3
Butchers' Stock 8 00
fro 5 80
0) (JA. 6^-VS
S5 lo 5 4
(f 2 75
U 5 9i
Ct 5 09 30
fts 4 20
Inferio Cattl 1 7 3
HOGSLiveGood 10 Choice.. 4 93
Goon to Choice Dairy 14
FLOURWinter 8 90
Spring...,, a 40
GRALN*Wheat, No. S 771,
Corn, N 2 43 a
Oats.No. 3 8u*,i
13Mlev, No. 3 ,SJ /5%
ruEK-^Jless LARD-Steum LUMBERn 1"", mino dressed siding.... TO 00
it- .iTencing 10 50
,,Lsih 2 no
CATTLE gs 09
Fair to Good 4
Pfrlpdelphias 5 75
CATTLEBest 84 75
SHEEPPoor to Choice 3 00
If you want the best garden you have
f,,',. ever had, you must sow
64 'i 'iOr
fc 7 75
fe 13 59
ft25 ("i 4 50
& 5 83
Sought Farther Information.
Brussels Letter to Richmond Times:
The other day over in Antwerp I camp
across another one of our representa
tive Americans abroad! I was really
two, but as they were married I sup
pose it is all right to say one They
had apparently just landed, as Antwerp
is quiet a place for Continental land
ers, and they were in the cathedral see
ing what was' to be seen forth mark
they had paid at the door.
My! my!" said she stopping before
Rubens' masterpiece, "T he Descent
from the cross," "this must be a fine
one, it's so awful big."
"Yes, I guess it is," replied the hus
band, picking his way through a new
guide-book as red as a Kentucky pol
"Whose is itP" said she.
"The book says it's Rubens'," but
1 don't see any name on the picture,"
he said with some uncertainty.
"Did you say it was Rubens'?" she
asked, after a moment's futher investi
'-That's what the book" says,"said he
"It's rather indefinite," she said
Ritben who? What's his last nam e?
"Give il up," said the man "A
the book says is that it is Rubens,
There is no question but that
Mauled Garden Seeds are unsur
passed. Their present popularity
in almost every county in the
United States bhoTva it, for 1
now have cusiojucra at more than
22,500 post-offices. When once
sown, others we not wanted at
any price. More than one-quarter
of a million copies of my new
Catalogue for 1888 have been
mailed already. Every one. "pro
nourtces it the most original and read
able Seed Catalogue ever published. It
contains among other things cash
prizesfor premiumvegetables, etc.,
to the amount of $2500, and also
beautiful illustrations of over 500 her disengaged hand she clutched des-
vegetables and flowers (15 being in perately at the slipping garment, man-
cpiprs)iV* These are only ,|wo of
many striking features.* You
should not think of Purcha
sing any Seeds this Spring
before send!jg* for it. It fc"
mailed free to all enclosing stamp
for return postage. Address
WM. HENRY MAULE,
1711F/ibert St. PHILADELPHIA,
Btomach and bowels, are promptly relieved
and permanently cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. In ex
planation of the remedial power of these
Pellets over so great a variety of diseases.
It may truthfully be Baid that their action upon the systemis
universal, not a gland or tissue escaping their sanative influence.
Sold by druggists, for 25 cents a vial. Manufactured at the Chem
wal Laboratory of WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATIOW,
'DnlL heavy head&cue, obstruction,of the nasal pasaajrea. diiu
,-S charges falling from the head Into the thcoat, eometmies pro-
j.", fnse,'watery, and acrid, at others, tbfck, tenacious, mucous.
fe purulent, bloody putrid the eyes are weak, watery. suA
11% inflamed there is1.ringing in the ears* deafness, hacking or
coughing_to clear the throat, expectoration of offensive matteorr
together^!* scabs from- uteerg the voice is changed' andhaa
*r s.-~"o aTnas^'t^ngFlhe'brOBln^iroffens^
ft PaJ"^ ^^f
a ^ns^ion pf dizziness withteste^e mental depression?im
.-^l ^^bility. nowever,, only
'R-i the above-named symptomss aree likelyy bee presentt to anyy on-e
a hacking cou.-j a and genera debility However only a few of
ymptom ar likel tto presen to an one
case. Thousands of cases without manifesting half of
the above symptoms, result in consumption, and end in the
grave. No disease is so common, more deceptive and dangerous,
less understood, or more unsuccessfully treated by physiaalla^,
By its mild, soothing, and healing properties,
DK. SAGE'S CATARBH REMEDY
CT7BB3 TH WORST 0AB2S OF ^^S
CatafTH," Bald ia the Head," Ooryza, and Gatarrfial Headache.
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS ErERYWSLJS&B*
and I suppose that's all the name he
had, like Matthew, Mark, Luke and
John, and a lot more of those, old
ancients."' and then they went,on
around the cathedral comprehending
what they could and guessing at the
rest "5-? ,'*-i
:'5!', Tribulation's of a Bride.
Every woman who has been a. bride
will sympathize with the sorrows of a
young lady who was married in Omaha
a few days agoi"*-" Sh had almost
reached the church when?it was discov
ered that she had forgotten her bridal
veil in her nervousness and haste. She
went back after it. O the way to the
church again she sneezed and split her
satin bodice from belt to shoulder.
The carriage stopped at a shop, needle
and thread was prbepred, and the rent
repaired. A she stepped from the
carriage the lace bottom of an under
skirt caught a nd the button at the waist
gave way. I consequence the skirt
began to slip as she. walked up the
church aisle, every ey,e of course, bent
her with a cold cortical look. With
aging to hold it through the side of her
dress until the ceremony was over and
she was once more in the carriage.
Her next entirely natural act was to
fling her arms about the panic stricken
groom's neck and gave way to a tor
rent of tears, the reason for which she
did not ..then impart.Philadelphia
Some think there's nothing like a fine edu
It to the gifted such eloquent tongues",
Dr Bull's Cough Syrup is the thing in
That knocks into
smithers a pain in the
A female contributor brought in a com
munication written on both sid^s of the
paper. The editor scowled and refused it.
"Well," she retorted, "I'd like to know if
you don't print on both sides."
rrofcably no form of disease is so generally Hit
trlbuted among ourwhole population as scrofula.
Almost every individual has this latent poison
coursing his veins. The terrible sufferings en
dured by those afflicted -with scrofulous sores
cannot be understood by others, and their grati
tude on finding a remedy that cures them, aston
ishes a well person. The wonderful power of
In eradicating every form of Scrofula has been so
clearly and fully demonstrated that it leaves no
doubt that it is the gieatest medical discovery of
this generation. It is made by C. I. HOOD & CO,
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IOO Doses One Dollar
By the thousands in Win
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have cut everything flat down. How are
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Send ua a sample order and see what we will
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FOR A CASE OF CATARRH WHICH THEY CAN NOT CORE.
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For the coreof Coughs,Colds,Hoarse
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yon may treble
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BEWAME OF IMITATIONS
ABray$ ask for Dr. Pierce's Pellets, or Little
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TH E BES
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fe^^^ $?\ headache. When I feel it coming^
1 take one or two 'Pellets,* and am relieved of the headache/1
Coraingv mie S*t,f M.
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ana a thensand ether
usefal arWCIeaat OB-
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TO THE LADIES!
FBOH TUB KATIOXAIi MEDICAL BI&PKSSII6 COHFJJFT.
We wish to call the attention of every married lady
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every married lady. Send for our circular, as It easts
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i-. of Mtndm,Kt
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without question the best cat'iartio ever
sold. They are also a most efficient
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years in our family an keep the
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Pron W. HAtrsBiKR, the famous
ist, of Jtftaea. N. F^ writes:
years ago I suffered untold agony from
chronic nasal catarrh. My farauy physi
ciant gave. meyup
use of Dr. 8age?s Catarrh Remedy, in three monf*-^
man, and the cure has been permanent."
aUHrignt people of
100 wils a mot
written with ordinary
letters. F. deFon-
talne, Tun HKEBOPOII-
by mall tot
for Dr ScoMt
UXiJN 1 Ctenalae Elcctrte Bete. Brnahea
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please state that yon saw the Advertise
ment In this paper.
LITTLE LIVER PILLS.
I coultd not walk, 1 bought two"bottles T^
andd saione.Id die ease was such a ba
that every day, towards sunsetw, my voice wotUd become so hoarse
I could barely speaJkLabov&e a whisper. In the mornrn?mV cousK
3&OKAS J. RcsrrrNo, Bsq~ 'tsos P^fm^J
ferer front catarr for thre
times I. cquld hardly breathe, wa eon
Btently hawking- and spitting, and for
last eight months oould not breathe ttav.
the nostrils. I thought nothing could
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